Tom Terrell publishes chapter on the regulation of cell towers and cellular antennas
GREENSBORO, N.C., – Greensboro attorney Tom Terrell is no stranger to the pen. The prolific print author and blogger is adding to his list of published work with the recent release of Navigating Municipal Telecommunications Issues (Aspatore, September 2010). Terrell wrote a chapter for the multi-authored book entitled, "Municipal Regulation of Telecommunication Infrastructure," which covers state and federal regulation of cell towers and cellular antennas.
Terrell is an active writer and authors North Carolina's first land use-blog, "NC Legal Landscapes." The blog is dedicated to regular updates, commentary and education related to land development, urban growth and the environment. Terrell is also editor of Land Use Law Quarterly and is set to publish the Carolina Water Law Journal in the first quarter of 2011. He has also been published in Southeast Real Estate Business.
Terrell practices in the area of commercial, industrial and residential real estate development, concentrating on local governmental regulations affecting business expansion and other zoning matters. He also handles environmental matters related to surface waters and the regulation of solid waste and telecommunications.
In addition to actively speaking in the community, Terrell has served as a leader in numerous civic and legal endeavors. He has served as chairman of the board of trustees of the N.C. State Health Plan, and is the former chairman of the board of trustees of Winston-Salem State University. He has served as a board member for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill General Alumni Association, the High Point Chamber of Commerce, Guilford College and Center Associates of the Center for Creative Leadership. He is a founding member of the N.C. Bar Association Zoning, Planning and Land Use Section.
Terrell graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1979, received his Master of Arts from the University of Chicago in 1980 and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law in 1985.